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  1. 2004 E46 318i SE Supercharging 
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    Hello all,

    How difficult would this be to fit? Does it seem OK (i.e. anyone heard of or used them)

    http://www.mosselmanturbo.com/index.php?id=154&L=0

    Seems to come with all the necessary bit (intercoolers etc) but the price seems a little cheap?

    Any advice much appreciated.
     
     

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    This system is a so called S01 system, this means it is a system developed by our old engineers and therefore a different style than the systems we develop nowadays.
    No mention to Engine Management which I would have thought would have been top of the list.

    Also, not sure about the above comment listed in that link
     
     

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    From the stuff I've learned over the years,

    Unless you know exactly what your doing, and how everything works and so on, dont attempt to charge an uncharged car! Then you'll know what will and wont work, and all the parts you'll need etc.

    How much about S/C'ing do you understand? Last thing I would touch is a kit from an internet site. I'd rather build up and design my own, based on reviews and opinions of each induvidual part.

    Also, is it worth S/C'ing a 2004 318i?

    Get a 20 y.o. E30 325i and boost the crap out of that! More money to be made if things go wrong too!

    (Thats just my opinion though!)
     
     

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